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Meet the Artist: Rumbi Tauro

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Rumbi Tauro is a singer and musician who leads our Swag Choir sessions at The Point. We interviewed Rumbi to find out more about where her inspiration comes from and what she enjoys most about working creatively.

What inspired you to become a musician?

I was so lucky to have an early introduction into music and I found my love for music around the age of 6. Since then, the dream has always been to be a performing musician!

What do you love most about creating music?

I love how you can never anticipate the journey a song will go on. My favourite part is collaborating with other musicians/producers and engineers to make my ideas come to life.

Young women singing on stage at The Dome

How has the pandemic impacted your work? What have the challenges been and how have you adapted your practice?

The pandemic has made me realise how much can be done remotely when it comes to music creation. I’ve adapted the way I collaborate with people by utilising online platforms and video calls to make things happen.

Where do you get your ideas and inspiration from?

From taking time to live life and be present in every moment. I’ve realised I need to experience life in order to make the best music. I gather inspiration from taking walks, speaking to family and friends & travelling.

A group of young people sing into microphones whilst walking forward in a performance at Doncaster Dome

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Rumbi was photographed by Pix_Lens2.0

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